Future Cowboys In Week Six

Each week throughout the season GoPokes.com will track the progress of the 18 high school football players who have verbally committed to sign with Oklahoma State next February. Here are the results for each of the players' teams from the sixth week of the high school season.

Wichita Falls (Texas) High Coyotes
Anderson, facing double teams throughout the game, finished with five catches for 116 yards, including a 39-yard touchdown but it wasn't enough as Ryan defeated Wichita Falls 38-21 on Friday night. Anderson had just one catch for one yard in the first half, but broke loose in the second half for four receptions, including the touchdown.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Boswell.
Wichita Falls Times-Record: Coyotes fall to Ryan

TIM BENFORD, DE (6-5, 230)
Jersey Village (Texas) High Falcons
Jersey Village turned the ball over five times and suffered a 62-7 loss to Cy-Fair in a District 17-5A game Friday night.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 13, vs. Cy Creek.

Westfield (Houston, Texas) High Mustangs
Westfield improved to 4-2 with a 41-0 victory over Klein Collins.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, vs. Kelin Forest.

DAJUAN DAVIS, OT (6-4, 295)
Crowley (Texas) High Eagles
Crowley's Aaron Jones kicked a 21-yard field to give Crowley a 24-21 victory over Joshua on Friday night. Crowley is now 3-2 after starting the season with two losses.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Cleburne.

ALFRED DUPREE, LB (6-2, 210)
Skyline (Dallas, Texas) High Raiders
Skyline returned an interception 50 yards for a touchdown and went on to defeat Mesquite Horn 49-9 on Friday night to improve to 4-1 overall.
Next: Thursday, Oct. 11, at Molina.

La Marque (Texas) High Cougars
La Marque improved to 6-0 with a convincing 32-14 victory over Angleton in a game that was delayed for 30 minutes late in the first quarter Friday night because of a lightning delay.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Friendswood.
Galveston Daily News: Cougars pour it on Angelton Wildcats, 32-14

JEREMY GRAY, DE (6-6, 235)
Sherman (Texas) High Bearcats
Sherman needed just three plays to score and never looked back en route to a 56-6 victory over Denton on Friday night. The victory snapped a three-game losing streak for Sherman, 3-3.
Next: Saturday, Oct. 13, at Denton Ryan.
Dallas Morning News: Struggling Broncos drop fifth straight

JACKIE HINTON, WR (5-11, 185)
Channelview (Texas) High Falcons
In a defensive struggle, Humble used a couple of big plays to capture a 14-0 victory over Channelview. Humble finished with 137 total yards and seven first downs, while Channelview had just 117 total yards and nine first downs. Hinton carried 13 times for 22 yards, and caught one pass for no yards as Channelview fell to 1-4.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Baytown Sterling.

PATRICK HOOG, OG (6-4, 295)
Medina Valley (Texas) High Panthers
Hoog did not play after suffering a broken hand in last week's game, while Medina Valley broke a three-game losing streak with a 39-19 victory over Harlandale on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, vs. Poteet.

JUSTIN HORTON, TE (6-4, 220)
Henderson (Texas) High Lions
Horton caught touchdown passes of 15 and 54 yards as Henderson improved its District 12-4A record to 2-0 with a 35-27 victory over Hallsville on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Nacodoches.
Tyler Morning Telegraph: Fryman, Henderson stay unbeaten in District 12-4A

VICTOR JONES, LB (6-1, 220)
Richland (North Richland Hills, Texas) High Rebels
Richland fell behind on the first play of the game but rallied for a 34-20 victory over Haltom on Friday night. The Rebels improve to 3-2 overall, and 1-1 in District 5-5A.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, vs. Northwest.
Dallas Morning News: Richland 34, Haltom 20

TRAVIS MILLER, RB (5-10, 180)
Marlin (Texas) High Bulldogs
Miller scored three touchdowns and finished with 250 yards of total offense – despite being pulled after his 71-yard kickoff return for a score just one minute into the second half – as Marlin rolled to an easy 43-0 victory over Elkhart on Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, vs. Riesel.
Marlin Democrat: Bulldogs coast to 43-0 blowout victory at Elkhart

Mesquite (Texas) High Skeeters
The Mesquite Skeeters, 2-3, had a bye week and return to action Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at John Tyler.

QUINN SHARP, K (6-0, 180)
Summit (Arlington, Texas) High Jaguars
Sharp's 29-yard field goal with 7:13 remaining in the game proved to be the difference as Summit defeated previously unbeaten Mansfield 17-14 on Friday night. Summit improves to 4-1.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at North Crowley.
Dallas Morning News: Summit turns turnover into win

KODY SPANO, QB (6-2, 200)
Stephenville (Texas) High Yellow Jackets
Spano was 15-of-20 passing for 284 yards and five touchdowns, and also added a 5-yard scoring run as Stephenville rolled to an easy 42-10 victory over Alvarado on Friday night. Spano threw touchdown passes of 21, 60, 4, 45 and 4 yards – all in the first half as the Yellow Jackets were up 42-0 at halftime.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Joshua.

KYE STALEY, ATH (6-0, 200)
Guthrie (Okla.) High Blue Jays
Staley did a little bit of everything as the Blue Jays improved to 6-0 with a 51-7 victory over El Reno. He ran for 52 yards and a touchdown, threw for 110 yards and two scores, and also caught two passes for 108 yards and another TD.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, vs. OKC John Marshall.

LANE TAYLOR, OG (6-2, 295)
Arlington Martin (Texas) High Colts
Taylor and the Colts offensive line did the job Friday night as Arlington Martin rushed for 289 yards – Jeremi Mathis ran for 218 yards on 22 carries – as they defeated crosstown rival Arlington High School 28-17. The Colts improve to 5-0.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at DeSoto.

South Grand Prairie (Grand Prairie, Texas) High Warriors
South Grand Prairie defeated rival Grand Prairie High School 28-14 for the Warriors first victory of the season Friday night.
Next: Friday, Oct. 12, at Irving HS.

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